New miniature notepad, quick creepy sketch. Every day I’m shufflin’.
Easter morning ride out to the beaches… can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday.
“How can any man be weak who dares to be at all?” - Henry David Thoreau
I uploaded my first illustration for purchase on Society6 this morning. It is now available as a digital print, stretched canvas, stationary card set or iPhone case. I will also be making a very limited screen print run for this design some time very soon and will post info on that later. But for now, check it out!
I haven’t posted here in ages but I figure I’m going to start using it again from time to time. Kicking things off with a photo taken by my friend Ashley Rowe back in January.
100km+ makes for a sunburnt and exhausted Sean. Glad I did it, but damn.
This is my own personal Mecca, the Pez factory in Orange, CT.
Haven’t posted in ages, so here is my first attempt at a watercolor based illustration. It’s a childhood rendering of my friend Larry Ransom, and after doing it and speaking with another friend of mine, I believe we’re going to be working on a children’s book together later this year. Needless to say, I’m pretty excited about the prospect.
A quick sketch for what will soon be the low ceiling sign above the stairwell at Thirsty & Miserable. And yes, it was drawn on the back of a passport application. Take that government agency!
After 25 hours of work, my first attempt at sign painting is complete. This piece is for Thirsty & Miserable, a bar set to open in Kensington Market next week. It took a little time, but I’m quite happy with the outcome.
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Check them out on Facebook and if you happen to live in the Toronto area, pop in when the door opens to the public by the end of the month!